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Battle of next generation takes center court

Two of the brightest young stars in the game, Dominic Thiem and Alexander Zverev, go head-to-head at the French Open. Later, Serena and Venus Williams take the court. (Follow live on CourtCast.)

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Maria Sharapova, suspended since March for testing positive for the banned substance meldonium, has been included by Russia on its preliminary Olympic team.

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Bernard Tomic regrets his "$10 million" comments and says he knows only 100 percent effort will change his public perception -- and take him to the top of world tennis.

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Heather Watson raced out of the blocks on day two of the rain-affected French Open, winning five straight games to seal a three-set victory over Nicole Gibbs.

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Thiem beats Zverev in Nice for 6th career title

Top-seeded Dominic Thiem of Austria beat German teen Alexander Zverev 6-4, 3-6, 6-0 to win the clay-court Nice Open final and clinch his third ATP title of the year.

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Roland Garros @rolandgarros

Dans un jeu de plus de 15 minutes, Zverev écarte 6 balles de break et va obliger Thiem à servir à 5-6 pour rester dans ce premier set. #RG16

ESPNTennis @ESPNTennis

Two women's opening sets already completed: (18) Svitolina leads (14) Ivanovic 6-4 Putintseva leads Knapp 6-1